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Will it pay off to get my hair blown out by a stylist?

Tomorrow is a very important wedding (Yes, Sunday.) and I don’t know what to do with my hair. I only have $20 left in my budget and really want my hair to look polished. I considered putting it up, but lack the skills to do so.

The salons I’ve seen are too expensive and not open on Sundays. The only real choice I have left that is within my budget is getting it blown out at Supercuts.

I have thin, long hair. Will it look the same as blow drying it at home, or should I spend my money on the service?
Alternative suggestions are welcome. 🙂

(I’m wearing a black strapless dress, about knee-length; form- fitting pencil skirt shape bottom, with a heart neckline.)

call around. you will be surprised how many salons are open on sundays. i work at one that is open 7 days a week. it is worth getting it done by the professionals,but if you are on a budget, and nothing is open,here are some tips. get a flat paddle brush, or a round brush. start at the roots and go down. try taking the dryer from the top of the head and go down.(don’t direct the airflow from underneath your hair). the main reason we get it so smooth is because the angle of the dryer. the airflow is coming from the top of the hair so it is not roughing it up from the bottom. if your hair is thin try using mousse or a product for volume, then flip your head upside down and dry with the paddle brush. it will give you some volume. then once you flip your head up, go over like i explained above if you have too to smooth out any pieces. hope this helps. have fun at your wedding.

Skirt Dry Fit

Skirt Dry Fit